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Horner gives FRESH Red Bull investigation update at Bahrain testing

Horner gives FRESH Red Bull investigation update at Bahrain testing

Horner gives FRESH Red Bull investigation update at Bahrain testing

Horner gives FRESH Red Bull investigation update at Bahrain testing

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has spoken out again regarding the internal investigation over allegations made against him within the team.

The Red Bull chief reiterated to reporters that he cannot comment on the internal investigation into his behaviour.

READ MORE: Geri Horner 'unfollows' Verstappen amid Red Bull internal investigation

Horner - who has been with the team since their inception in Formula 1 back in 2005 - is currently the subject of a Red Bull investigation into accusations of alleged 'inappropriate behaviour'.

Although the Brit is present at pre-season testing and will continue in his role while the process is ongoing, it is expected that the investigation may last until at least the first race of the season.

READ MORE: Horner and Red Bull investigation 'extremely serious' claims F1 rival

The Milton Keynes-based team have been told by both F1 and the FIA in separate statements that they should try to get to the bottom of the allegations with integrity and the 'highest standards' in mind.

Christian Horner is currently the subject of an internal investigation at Red Bull
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Horner coy on investigation despite pressure

Now, speaking in a press conference during the second day of pre-season testing, Horner seemed unwilling to talk about the investigation, despite McLaren boss Zak Brown talking about the 'extremely serious' situation while sitting next to him.

"As you're well aware, there's a process going on which I form part of," Horner said. "But as I form part of that process, I'm afraid I cannot comment on it."

The investigation casts somewhat of a shadow over the start of Red Bull's title defence in 2024, following a hugely successful season last year.

Red Bull have looked strong so far in testing, with Max Verstappen topping timesheets in day one, and Sergio Perez finishing second on day two.

READ MORE: F1 Testing Results: Verstappen beaten as F1 rival sets the tempo on Day 3

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